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Saturday 25 October (8 Events)

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    The commitment of our Friends to the development of Wexford Festival Opera’s repertoire is vital to its success. Their fervour compels us to continue to deliver excellence on the global opera stage. By becoming a Friend of Wexford Festival Opera you directly play your part in the development of opera in Ireland and ensure the future of Wexford as a major international opera destination.

  • Dr Tom Walsh Lecture

    Starts: 11:00

      Jerome Hynes Theatre

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night powerfully recalls the near-mythic Christmas Eve battlefield truce during the Great War. We are delighted that Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell, the composer and librettist of Silent Night, will present this year’s lecture, held in memory of Wexford’s Dr Tom Walsh.

  • La Cenerentola

    Starts: 15:30

      Whites Hotel

    25, 28, 31 October 2014 

    Cinderella, the English form of La Cenerentola, was composed in 1817, a year after The Barber of Seville, and contains some of Rossini’s most dazzling vocal writing. The complete title, Cinderella, or Goodness Triumphant, suggests there is more to the story than a handsome prince seeking a beautiful bride. 

  • Pre-Opera Talk

    Starts: 19:00

      O'Reilly Theatre

    Each evening there will be a talk of approximately 30 minutes' duration about the opera to be performed, giving an opportunity to explore the work more closely. Talks will be given by a range of specialists including academics, composers, directors and musicians.

  • Salomé

    Starts: 20:00

      O'Reilly Theatre

    A rarely performed operatic version of Oscar Wilde’s perceptive play about Hérode’s dysfunctional family and the unhappy relationships between Hérode, his second wife Hérodias and his stepdaughter Salomé.

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